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Benefits of Contributing
Volunteering for ICLE is a great way to give back to the legal community and to gain exposure for yourself and your firm. ICLE’s products and services are widely used by thousands of practitioners. Our website is visited by more than 2,000 people a week. Check out this set of Top Tips in Ten Minutes to learn more about all of the benefits.

Ways to Contribute
There are numerous ways to contribute, large and small, and a range of time commitments associated with each contribution. Keep in mind that smaller contributions, such as forms, How-To Kits, or Top Tips in Ten Minutes, have much shorter production cycles than books or seminars. If you have an idea for content, ICLE staff would be happy to talk with you.

Contributor Qualifications
ICLE is looking for contributors with substantial expertise and practice experience in a particular subject area. We generally look for at least five years of experience but for some of our smaller or more specialized resources that may not be necessary. We welcome contributors with substantive expertise, great presentation skills, and prior writing/speaking experience.

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What We Need Now
ICLE is actively seeking content in the following specific practice areas:
Debtor/Creditor (including debtor side)
Employment/Labor Law
Health Law
No-Fault (provider litigation; first and third party)
Paternity
Real Property (quiet title actions)
Start-Ups

My experience working as contributor with the ICLE staff has been very enriching and enjoyable. The opportunity to meet, and exchange knowledge and experiences with, esteemed members of the bar has been extremely rewarding.
Shereef H. Akeel
Akeel & Valentine PLC
Troy
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Meet Our Contributors
Douglas G. McClure
Conlin McKenney & Philbrick PC
Ann Arbor
Douglas G. McClure has practiced environmental law for 30 years. He has represented clients in matters across the environmental law spectrum, including wetlands, lakes and streams, air and water pollution, Superfund and RCRA cleanups, hazardous...
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